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It’s an Honor Just to Be Nominated (Sunshine Award)

Recently, one of my favorite geek girl bloggers nominated me for a Sunshine Award. Depepi.com is a fantastic geek blog. She breaks down trailers, has Wootbox unboxings, reviews TV shows, movies and comic books. The Sunshine Award is peer recognition for bloggers that inspire positivity, joy, warmth and any other emotions that you feel when the […]


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A scene from Warner Bros. Pictures', Amblin Entertainment's and Village Roadshow Pictures' action adventure "READY PLAYER ONE," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Ready Player One: You Don’t Need to Be a Gamer to Watch, But It Helps

Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the novel by Ernest Cline, is a mixed bag. One thing is for sure: You’ll enjoy it much more if you’re a gamer. (I haven’t read the book, so I can’t speak to how accurately the book is portrayed. I can only give you my opinion of the […]


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Claire and Jamie on a beach in Outlander A New World.

Outlander: After 3 Years and 42 Hours, Here’s What I Know

The Outlander TV series is the best example of a TV adaptation to a book series in decades. (Maybe since Roots?) Diana Gabaldon’s story of a young, outlaw Highlander and a time-traveling, willful WWII nurse has captured the minds and hearts of millions of fans around the world. Disclosure: Some of the links in this post […]


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Wild, Wild Country

‘Wild, Wild Country’ Depicts the Fall of a Utopia

Do you ever want to find some land where you and your friends can start a new community and leave all this mess behind? Who doesn’t? The Rajneesh movement is one of numerous utopian societies that gave it a try, and the very bingeable six-part Netflix documentary Wild, Wild Country explores their story through news […]


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General Leia looks out at the battle in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

In Defense of ‘The Last Jedi’ Issues

I loved Star Wars: The Last Jedi. One of the things I liked best about it was that it was extremely difficult to predict where the movie was going. After Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it seemed like there were roads that The Last Jedi could take: Luke as Yoda training Rey; the revelation of Rey’s […]


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